TicPods Free

The most interactive wireless earbuds

#5 Product of the DayApril 18, 2018

TicPods Free are true wireless earbuds that are designed with ultimate touch controls, optimized Bluetooth connectivity and a clear crisp audio experience

- Automatic in-ear detection

- Call audio for both ears

- Noise cancellation + noise isolation

- Battery life w/ case = 18 hours

- iOS and Android compatible

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21 Reviews3.8/5
Micro USB for recharging and no Bluetooth APTX. I wonder why they made this (very bad) decisions :(
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Wow! these are crushing on Kickstarter. Has anyone tried these?
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@jacqvon It looks like the estimated delivery is set for July 2018. I wonder if the founders/team members have any demos or reviews on YouTube... 🤔
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@jacqvon On indiegogo actually
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Pretty sure that name will disappoint many people when they realize is not free, but it will surely help with SEO. I have the Ticwatch S and i'm somewhat satisfied, the build is good but the battery life not so much. On another point, I don't understand the reason why companies mimic the design of other big brands.... even the ad/info video is in similar style. Once I put this on, I'll spend most of my time answering the question "Are those AirPods?"
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Did anyone else think the case itself doubled as a small speaker?
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Based on their own table, I have no idea why people would buy these over AirPods.
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@joshuapinter @raphchabaud no no, wait. Gesture control.
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@raphchabaud I don't know, $80 difference for a product made by the most valuable company in the world, and isn't a Kickstarter campaign, and has much better battery life, doesn't seem worth it to me. Plus, that's early-bird pricing. When it's released (if it ever is), what will be the retail price.
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@raphchabaud @stephenalan Yeah, the only gestures I saw on there that the AirPods don't have are the volume slider and the long press. But it has the double tap and it can be configured to do different things for each ear. Works great. With the amount of times that I scratch my ear and accidentally bump my AirPods, I wouldn't want it to register every tap and slide.
@stephenalan @joshuapinter ios have only around 15% marketshare... Most people have Android. How are airpods performing on Android ?
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